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Girls roundup: Parkersburg South knocks off GW 68-64

Keya Bartlett poured in 32 points as Parkersburg South earned a win in a battle of Class AAA top 10 girls basketball teams, defeating George Washington 68-64 Monday in Parkersburg.Taryn McCutcheon chipped in with 14 points for No. 7 Parkersburg South (13-6).Rachel Ward led the way for No. 8 GW (13-7) with 24 points. Hailey Stewart added 17 points and Kelli Jo Harrison scored 14.
  • NITRO 39, POINT 33: Savannah Shamblin scored 14 points to lead all scorers as Nitro earned a win at home.
  • Katie Bruner led Point Pleasant with 11 points.
  • CABELL MIDLAND 63, HURRICANE 45: Sierra Jordan tallied 18 points as Cabell Midland won at home.
  • Alex Ellis and Emily Pikin each chipped in 14 points for the Knights (16-5).Abby Watson netted a game-high 23 points for the Redskins (5-15).
  • HOOVER 47, POCA 42: Bailey Aab tallied 13 points as Herbert Hoover picked up a home win.
  • Jordan Marshall also contributed 10 points for the Huskies (11-9).Harley Hutchins paced the Dots (4-17) with 12 points and Paula Ord had 11.
  • GREENBRIER EAST 68, CAPITAL 57: Greenbrier East led 42-21 at halftime and cruised to a home win.
  • Bianca Andre' and Shaunte McDowell scored 22 points each for the Class AAA No. 1 Spartans (18-0) and Elizabeth Romeo netted 14. Khadijah Lee paced Capital (9-11) with 19 points and Daisha Foster scored 11.
  • BUFFALO 58, SHERMAN 41: Freshman post player Michaela Lewis led the host Bison in the absence of all-state player Chelsey Parkins, who sat out the game because of illness.
  • Lewis turned in a season-high 20 points and 14 rebounds for Buffalo (16-4), which has won 11 in a row. Tiffani Bailey contributed 16 points for the Bison.Jordan Lewis totaled 14 points for the Tide (7-12) and Sarah Massey had 10.
  • SCOTT 48, NICHOLAS 41: Julie Conway netted 14 points as Scott upended Class AA No. 3 Nicholas County at home.
  • Jaimee Dotson contributed 11 points for the Skyhawks (12-8). Mykenzie Martin had 14 points for the Grizzlies (16-3) while Lauren Young added 11.
  • LOGAN 73, WINFIELD 45: Shayna Gore filled out the stat sheet with 18 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists as Logan rolled at home.
  • Monica Mitchell recorded 24 points and 20 rebounds and Hannah Tothe scored 14 points for the Wildcats (10-11).
    Haylea Roberson had 15 points for Winfield (10-11).
  • CLAY 71, SUMMERS 62: Class AA No. 5 Clay County jumped out to a 23-9 first-quarter lead as the Panthers won at home.
  • Brittany Gould erupted for 42 points for Clay County (16-4) while Mckinzee Barker added 10.Shelby Smith paced the Class AA No. 6 Bobcats (14-6) with 15 points and Tyra Wynes chipped in 14.
  • PRINCETON 92, OAK HILL 15: Class AAA No. 6 Princeton raced out to a 28-2 first-quarter lead and never looked back as the Tigers earned a home win over Oak Hill.
  • Maranda Wimmer paced the Tigers (16-3) with 21 points, followed by Mckenzie Akers with 16 and Ashley Culicerto with 14. Sarah Kessler had eight points for Oak Hill.
  • CLAY 41, ROANE 36: Alex Burkhammer's 15 points led three players in double figures for the visiting Panthers.
  • Chris Cole added 13 points and Michael Shamblin 11 for Clay (9-9). Jacob Neal had 10 points for the Raiders (13-5).
  • BRAXTON 54, LEWIS 26: Hunter Sodaro scored 25 points in eclipsing the 1,000-point mark for her career in a home win for Braxton County.
  • Taylor Bragg had 11 points for the Eagles (14-6). Karli Hamrick's eight points led the way for Lewis County.
  • WEBSTER 58, MIDLAND TRAIL 43: Taylor Anderson's 14 points led all scorers in a road win for Webster County. Brandi Clevenger and Samantha Stout added 10 points apiece for the Highlanders.
  • Kennedy Cochran and Marissa Workman scored 11 points each for Midland Trail and Workman added 11 rebounds.
  • PIKEVIEW 66, WYOMING 40: Hope Nester and Alexis May both posted 20 points as PikeView downed visiting Wyoming East.
  • Bree Pertee scored 19 for Wyoming East.
  • TUG VALLEY 53, WAYNE 25: Amber Linville scored 13 points as Tug Valley won at home.
  • Hannah Armstrong chipped in 12 points for the Panthers. Taylor Bartram scored 10 for Wayne.
  • CROSS LANES 73, OHIO VALLEY 58: Courtney Kendrick had 39 points and eclipsed 1,000 for her career as Cross Lanes Christian rolled at home.
  • Laura Jones added 14 points and 13 rebounds for the Warriors (19-4) and Kathryn Legg scored 11. Emily Carman led Ohio Valley Christian (4-10) with 21 points and Madison Crank registered 15.
  • SA 57, LINCOLN COUNTY 30: Breanna Propst recorded a double-double with 26 points and 18 rebounds as St. Albans (10-10) earned a road win.
  •  Kerbie Slone had eight points for Lincoln County. 
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